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10 THE OMAHA DAILY. IJltEr SATURDAY , MAttCIt 5 , 1808.
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tnnrnlnK " > < 1 Stintlnjcilltlonn. .
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bcrea check , cnn hnve auimrrii < > -
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of The Her. AnHtrem .o ncldre eU
T II1 tor delivered on prc cnlntlon
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Ilatci , 1 1-Se a word r t Inwcrtloni
Ju n tvor.l therenftcr. Notliln * token
for lc * > Ihnn 2re for the tlr t ln cr
tlon. Tlime dvertl cuic t ina t
iY TWO FIRST CLASH GIRL3-AS FIRST
end Rpcoml Blrl-olo o by. Host "ferencts. '
H 41 , lice. A-MJ1
WANTED , WOltK IY ) NEWSPAPER WOMAN
and compOHllor. II 47 , c r Ilee. A-MC03 3'
WANTED MALE HELP.
CANVASSERS TO TAKE OllDERS ; NEW LLNE
of work ; no heavy goods to carry ! Balaiy or
commission. C. K. Adam. Co. , C2I So. t.
BALr-flMAN POR CIOAUS. 112 ; A MONTH AND
expenses. otJ llrm : experience unncccfsnry ; In
iluci-inonts tu customers. C. C. Itlsnoj ) oco. . ,
Et. Lou I a.
Aontn5ND unANCH MANAGERS ; S
und commission. Hunter Tailoring & smrt
Co . Cincinnati , O. j : MiOS-Aprll 1C-
WESTEHN GRAMOPHONE co. .
> wants Nebraska repre ; it4ll\c ,
RlulTi , la.
, to make ' weeKiy.
reliable , energetic men
No peddling. Write quick. 1I-M268 M22
ovERNMMNT POSITIONS : DON'T PHI. ! Ann
for tin- railway mail or ottier civil ' ' "I ' ' *
nmlnatlon without fodng our Illustrated Cata-
. Information Nont free , loluiniiinn
Conespondcnco college , Wnshlr-Kton. D <
WANTED , SALOMES' . IST SALARY , isntf
Farnam St. , room 3. " _ _
FIIIST CLASS SALESMAN
Lubrlr.il ng Oils , Grew * un.l Upoctaltles.
Uirj . t line on Hie market. , Salary ' " -
mission. iciult ble nollnlns Co. , Cleveland. O.
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WANTED. OOOD INDUSTRIOUS MEN
irate the Optlgraph Movlnff llctu.e mach ne ,
the Klondllto Illustrated entertainment outfit *
nnd the Orapliophono Tulklnt ? mach nes , show
them to the public , ind look after the ndvcr-
tl.lni ? : no sollcltlnB i.nd no ptovlous eNP ' n
. employment , good
work , Bte.nly
nec ( ary : eacy
nddrcsa Sears , Roebucic
pay : for full Iartlculars
A Co. ( Inc. ) . Chicago , 1U _ iiZ ± ± ? j ! _
\vT\NTEDrSALr.kMnN TO SELL CIGARS TO
dealers : J73 OD per mo. nnd expends paid
Consolidated Cigar Co. . MlnntalollJMIi"S | > .
; _ ( ; 7.
ilANACir.R TO TAKE CHAIUJi : OF EXHIBIT
at the TninSilwlwlppI Uxp iltl..n : must have
capital and tnkn an Interest In
. shlng of-
PP S ; eastnrn corpninllmi pjtal.1
In Iho est. Address II 41 , 'f . P ,
wlvNTKD.C.r.NTS TO K I > L
fiend-it limit Cul..i Bonk : all al ut Ui M ,
Spain and war ; grt-it excitement : < = ver > ono
bjys It. one nwnt sold 87 In onlay ; nn '
tniidci $11 In one Imur ; COO piges : maKntnwnt
llltiFtMtlnnt. photoninphH. etc ; 1 < V I'f' ' ' ,7'
cininnte. . the most liberal terms ; frelBht pild :
21 .lays' . credit ! outfit fr ; wnd 6 Z-w"-
i.tnmpii to pay po tn p. Tlicr Bible HOUSP. 32)
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Dearlmn 5lrct. . ChlcnKO.
wIvNTiJi > rTiiiiin : onon MEN IN OMAHA
and n fr-w In other parts of the state tn i tatp
orders fur our mad" tc > ord-r m-n s milts at
SI SO to 115 ; Rood pav nnd ptondy work to the
right mi'ti : no experience nec < 's ary. Addr"ss
Aiwilonli Woolen Mllln Co. , 0 ,
OOOrTpAFARY DURING EXPOSITION , AND
rmnl nnd rimml > lon now. for competent lintpl
man at PnriLtoga. 2Hh and Amf.i a\enue. Anply
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g p. m. _ _ _
IvTTIlNTIjn AND UNI'ATKN'TED 1NVKN-
llon , hoiitrht nnd sold. C. A. Una" tt"11 '
lilil . , St. I > 5Ul , It
WANTED. (500D "cHiNEIIAL HLArKMMITH :
must be wood on plow work. .Addrp-s 'vil * !
Htanip and reference Wm. Schucler. W-PtPrn.
\VASTEI1 VKM.M.E HKI-P.
. FOH ALL KINDS OF WO11K : J3 TO
J7 neek. Canadian Olllce , 1522 Douglas
WANTED. COMPETENT GIHRL. WITH REF-
ercnces , for second work. 1120 Park avc.C .
LADIES TO DO LIGHT WOKIC AT HOME.
Apply 118 No. IStlli St. C M380 5
WANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL POR OEV-
erln hoilHowork. Mra. Warren Svvltzler. 2001
St. Mary's ave. C-MIM
WANTED ENERGETIC WOMAN TO TRAVEL
on stlarj' to get agents for superior line at
gwda. Corset & Shirt Works , Ann Arhor ,
FOH RENT HOUSES.
CHOICE HOUSES & COTTAGES ALL OVER
city , J3 to 75. Fidelity , let Hour N. Y. Life.
jioU8I'sT"WAIAACB ! , 13ROWN HLOCK. 16TH
nnd Douglas. II < a
LARGE LIST. M'CAOUE , 15TII AND DODOE.
HOUSES , FLATS. OARVIN BROS. , 1613 FAR'M
HOUSHS. J , H. SHERWOOD , 423 N. Y. LIFE.
iToUPErt IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. THE
O. F. Davis Company , 1505 Farnam. D 457
HOUSES. I1ENEWA & CO. , 108 N. 15TH ST.
ilOUSES , STORES. I1EMIS , PAXTON RlCK
FOR RENT. NINE-ROOM HOUSE ; CON-
venlent. modern , homelike : best lesldenep dis
trict ; few minute * ' wnllc from poitolllce ; birn
If deslreJ. Inquire COO N , Y. Life tiulldlnir.
NKW rOTTAOE , MONTHLY "PAYMENTS "To"
IJeo HldR. D M331
IN EAST OMAHA SEVERAL HUNDRED
acre * of land , pultable for Harden and fnrm
purpose * . Ale feveral rdeapant coltai ? ' " . with
city water and convenient to car line. Inquire
at residence of 1 * S. Hnlncs , 21st St. and
Loui t Ave. , Kast Omnha. D 7S7
AN lltWIANT MODERN NINE-ROOM TRICK
d elllne , 503 Routh ! Sth. JSO.
An elepant modern f-room hrlok dwelllnjr.1011
Patk Avc. . S. Apply W. D. Melkle. 1st Nat
Hank bldg. D-M9 0
BKTACHED MODERN 12-ROOM , ALPO 9-ROOM
honne ; keys at ! 34 < Cap. Ave. Tel. B73. Tl H.
rtoulson. D M42J
FOR RENT. RPLENDID HOUSE AND RARN
with larpo grounds ; conveniently lf > cM M ,
JoJm W , Robblns , Agent , 1602 Farnam St.
D M383 8
MOVINf. HOUSEHOLD Or > OD < < AND J'lANfyT
Om. Van ft StoraBe Co. . 151U4 Farnam. Tel. 1559
: r > T-ROOM
st , Address , wltili reference. H 43.
Be * . D MCin f
. ( OR RENT , 10-ROOM HOUSE RARN , ON
19lh , near flracc , $3S. J. W. Vlnton , rnnm 4
Patterson Illk. D JJ6C3 t'
ron ROOMS ,
RENT NEWLY FtJUNISIIED ROOMS
sonable prkes. 2IS1 Dodce. E 461
wT'IUVAT E FAMILY. WITH OR WITHOUT
board. 1010 Dcdge. E MJ33 MH
THE INFORMATION HUHEAU , 1S19 FARNAM
E M418 M" .
TWO FRONT ROOMS FOR OENTLEMEN. 41
N. 17th St. E-MS52 5
MODERN SOUTH ROOMS. JJ.OO WEEK AND
up. 81 < N. 19th. E Mys 7 *
ROOMS Sl'ITAIlLE FOH YOUNG MEN. S24 H
Mlh St. E-5S3 5
ROOMS. WO HARNEY ST. E-MSM 17
ST11VM-HM\TEP. VIAT ONE
Davlilgo building. Eluhteenth and Harnsv.
iMiiixismn : IIOOMS AMD HOARD.
TUB MERRIAM. FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HO
tel , Mth and Dodge Hts. F 402
HANDSOME PARI/JRS. EN BUITR. SMALLE ?
rooms , Kood board. The Itwte , 2029 Ilurney.
ELEGANT FRONT ROOMS. STEAM HEATED
lint clans board. 1903 Capitol ave. F S71-tnS
FIRST-CUVBS ROOM AND HOARD. ITS :
Dodge , F-w : MH
FURNISHED ROOMS WITH HOARD. MI
Uounlas. F-MS03 7
ONE OR TWO VERY PESIRAHLF
rooms with board In urlv t family. Addre * *
"vu'j' ' ' urcia - \
Kt'it.vmiun IIOOMS AXD HOARD.
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HANDSOME U11(113 PRONT ROOMS. WITH
board , references. H N 18th. F--MHJ 5
T'OII HRVr t .VKUtXtSUKt ! ItOOMN.
tTNFt'HNISHKD fHAMDERS POR HOUSEkeeping -
keeping , man and wltr , water-In klt'hen ; Meet
sink , -.ruMe pipe. 513 N , 17th , U-12 ! "
TAROE UNFURNISHED PARLou7
FOII iinvr sToiiK.s A > n OKKICUS.
'OR RENT IN THE DEE UUILDINGi
Ono large corner room , 2d floor , with vault and
private office , water , etc.
Ono large front room , M floor , divided Into two
rooms by partition ; water , etc.
One Urge corner room , tJ floor , with vault ,
water , etc.
One front loom , dlxldcd by partition , 3d floor.
) ne corner room , with vault , 3d floor.
One large mom , 3d Door , with partition dividing
It Into one laiKf room and tuo smaller prl\at > :
rooms ; \\nter , etc.
Two large ground floor rooms fronting 17th St. ,
Several small rooms on 4th floor , with vaults.
Ml these roomi tire heated with strain , electric
lights , supplied with Hr. t-cUtF janitor service.
Elevator * run day nnd nil nlnlit ; building
strictly llreprcof. Apply to Superintendent.
Roum 104 , Ilee building. l-15i >
OTt RENT-DESK ROOM IN GROUND FLOOR
office , Ilee building ; water , ste.un beat , electric
light and Janitor ten Ice. Apply to Superin
tendent. Ilee building. 1-107
OR RKNT-THE 4-STORY PRICK I1UILDING
at 910 Parnam St. Thin building has a fireproof
cement bavment ; water on all floors ; gas , etc.
Apply at the office of The lice. I 910
AV.t.M'KI ) .
AOIJNTS MAKING $40 TO SSO A WEEK.
Greatest agents' i > Iler c\en Invented. Roth
canvassing nnd gttveral agents needed. Full
particulars by mall. Monroe Mfg. Co , X 10 ,
L.i Crosse , WIs. J-MC04 6
WAXTKI1 TO HiXT.
WANTED , ROOM AND HOARD IN PRIVATE
family , < ntrally located , convenient to So.
Omaha car line ; inferences wanted. Addres *
H CO , Rec. K MG11 &
PACIFIC STORAGE AND WAREHOUSE c57
03-910 Jonca , general storage und forwarding ,
OM , VAN & STORAGE , 15HVJ FARN'M , TEL IVtt
FOR SALIC FUHMTUHti.
SECOND-HAND STEEL HOTEL RANGES "OF
all kind ? , cheap. 1207 rarnam. O M914 M12
FOR SALE HORSES , \VACOXS , KTC.
HORSES , LANDAUS. HEARSES. FAMILY
cairliE s , burgles , pole and tingle harness :
work harness etc. , at Palace Ftable * * , 17th and
Duvvnpart SU. 1' jOl 0
ELEGANT CARRIAGE , PHEATON AND FAM-
lly hor.se ; will sell nt a biagiln. Call at Na
tional Clothing Co. , corner llth nnd Pougl-n St.
FARM HOUSES Port SALE. APPLY PAPIFIf
Express Co. , Omaha , Neb. P MOM 11
FOR SAI/K MISOELI.AXnoiIS.
FINE WHITE SAWDUST FOR FLOORS , ETC1. ;
coartc for Ice , at JiW per ton ! . Tel , 458. SOI
Douglas. Q 403
HORSE CLIPPING MACHINES , KNIVES AND
repairs , all standard make" , on hand ; grind
ing razors , shears , clippers ; prompt service.
A. 1 > Undelard. Q-MS7G
PURE PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS FOR SET-
tlnc ; ( too ; roosters , Jl.OO. 932 North 20th.C19SS
SEID SWEET POTATOES. $ i.r.o PER IIIIL
ThcoJoie Williams , D7th and Military Ave. ,
Omaha , Neb. Q M.'bC Mjj7 *
FOR SALE. THOROUOmtRED REGISTElTl D
Holsteln cow ; tine milker : BKO | som" thoroitgh-
bred white liramih and Rrown Leghorn chick-
und. 42d and Hamilton , Walnut Hill.
FOR SALE , COWS , COWS , CARLOAD FRESH
cows nnd springers. Call afternoon , yard. 2'ith
nnd Hurt ti. Q-534 M4'
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER. J100. ED n
Tlbba. Craig , Neb. Q-M"0 6
NOAH PERRY , .lOHHKIt AND WHOLESALE
dealer In newer pipe and stoneware.1477
Dodge street , Omaha Neb. Telephone SOO.
FOR SALT : . NEW RIIGOY AND CART , in-
oiiIro at M : S. 10th street. South Omaha.
Q M5t > 2 5
FOR RALE 1,000 POORS & WINDOWS : ALSO
lumber , cheap. J. Rucl , 231 Cth street , Chicago.
CHICIvEN. HOG AND LAWN FKNfES ; ALL
wire ; la best. Wire Works , 14th and Hairier.
FOR SALE-ONE OF TIII3 RF.ST DAIRIES IN
the cltv. Oonulne bargain. Inquire J , I.
Kemp Feed Co. . 27th and Leavenworth ,
FOR SALE , II DO7.EN PAIR HEAVY MINERS'
shoes at manufacturer's tost. Omaha Shoe
Factory , 41st and Hamilton St. Q MC02 6
DR. A. WHEELER , PALMIST AND AST ° CO-
oger , room , Crelghton blk. S-M199 M19
MASSAGE , H.VTIIS , ETC.
MADAME SMITH , 118 N. 15TH ST. . STEAM
nnl alcohol baths. T M40C MC
REE 11UILDINO SANITARIUM ; SCIENTIFIC
massage , Swedish movements , electric treat
ment and medical baths ; graduated masseuse
for ladles. Dr. C. W. Malmqulct , Mgr. , rooms
101-110 Ilee Uulldlng. T M8S5 JA1V
LAURA ELLISON , CROUNSE ULOCK , 119 N
ICth , room 13 , upstairs ; bath aim massage.
T M447 M5
MRS DR. LEON , ELECTRIC MASSAGE BATH
parlors ; restful and curative. 417 S. llth , up
stairs. T-MW M0
MME. AMES , MASSAGE AND 11ATHS. 1C21W
Howard street. T M19SM6 *
VIAVI TOR UTERINE TROUPLES. 3IG-8 REE
Uldsr ; physician consultation or health book free
CLOTHES CLEANED , PRESSED AND REpaired -
paired : day or night ; dress sulli for hire
Pantorlum , N. E. Cor. 14th and Parnam. Te )
IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE OUR NEW HAUL
dresser , Miss Hlanrho Cathcart , nnd her per
fect method , we will give free massage wit !
cverv fare steam for the next two weeks. A
K , M. Schadell & Co. U-M6S3 Mch5
, . . . , .S. HAVE YOUR HAIR DRESSED HE-
torn going downtown nt tha halrdresslng
parlors of Mine. G. Payne. 2303 Leavenworth
St. : tel. ISM ; artistic , manicuringsuperlluoua
hair and facial blemishes removed with elec
tricity ; strictly private. U-M790 Mil *
HORSES CLIPPED , SHORT NOTICE : ONLY
nlectrlo clippers In city. Tel. CO. McCormac i
Daunley. 14th & Howard. U 5M
MRS. MAGGIE MOORE , THE OATKHESS. HAh
moved , and those dejlrlnir her services plenst
call or address 1712 S. 16th st. U MS43 5 *
LRARN TO HYPNOTISE : YOU CAN SfAKF
hours of fun , cure dltea e or bad habits , rauxe
others to love and obey you ; quickest method
success guaranteed ; lesson 10 cents. Prof ,
Herln , Pe otum , III. Uovvare of poor tnvltatlon
Send for testimonials and press reports.
MO\r.V TO I.O.IX REAL KSTATK.
MONEY-TO UQAN .AT LOW RATEsl THE
O. F. Davis Co. . 1 > W Farnam St. W 4Gt
IJOAN ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CIT\
property. W. Farnam Smith & Co. , 1320 Far'm
MONEY TO LOAN-ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Urennan-Love Co. , 219 ti. IGth.
s'pER CENT MONEY ON NER. FARMS & OMA
ha property , W. H. Mtlkle , 1st Nal'l Hank llldg
C PER CENT CITY AND FARM LOANS.
Garvln llros , 1613 Farnam St. W M473
WANTED. CHOICE FARM ANP CITY LOANS
It. 0. Peters & Co. , U. 8. Nat'I Hank Illdg.
SM PER CENT MONEY. IIUUIS. PAXTON Hlk.
J5CO LOAN WANTEP. 605 I1EE. W
MONEY IvOANEP ON MPROVEP REAL EState -
tate In Omaha , Council llbiffs A South Omaha ,
W. H. Thomas. hU First Nat'l Hank , Omahi.
AT LOW RATES. ON FARMS & lilPROVEP
city property. II. A. Wcsterold , 515 1st N'l Illc
JlCOOOOftO SPECIAL FUND TO LOAN ON
flrnt-cliuw Improved Omaha property , or for
building purpose * . Fidelity Trust company.
MOXKY 10.l.bAl . E.U , HHI'At'B.
( Continued. )
\NTlToNY I/JAN & TRUST CO. , Jl' N. Y. li" !
quick iti'nfy nt low rates for choice fnrm Hn.ls
In Iowa , northern Mltsouil , eastern Nebraska ,
VANTKP APPLICATIONS FOR ? 3.0 > l.i ; 2
for J2.CO1 , nnd one for H.OUO. nnd smaller ono j
fnrm security preferred. K. D. We.ul , K th
nnd Douglnn. W 597-5
MO.VKY TO 1OAXCIIATTEI.S.
110 TO 110.000 TO LOAN ON
HOt'SEHOLD FPRNITTRE ANP PIANOS ,
HORSES. WAGONH AND CARRIAGES.
WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS , ETC. ,
nt lowest rate * In
Omaha , South Omaha and Council HHifffl.
No removal of good * ! strictly confidential ; > oit
can pay the loan off at any time or In any
amounts.OMAHA MORTGAGE I/JAN CO. .
3u South 16th HI.
THE OLDEST , LARflKST ANP ONLY INCOR
PORATED IXAN COMPANY IN OMAHA.X478
TO GET IN OR OUT OF IlfSINERM GO TO .1.
J. Gibson , 514 First Nat'l ll.ink. Y 470
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION FIRM. SOUTH
Omaha , wants man with large capital for pin
ner ; business thoroughly established ; refer
ences first-class. Dox 115 , Omaha. Y M322
POR SALE. MONOPOLY. EXCLUSIVE RIGHT
In mdse. business for IC.COO. You can stop In
large paying business In pastern Nebraska ,
Small expense , no opposition , guaranteed ; In
vestigation solicited. Address H 30 , Omaha
Hoc. Y M335 8
J. I. WATT , IIPILDER AND GENERAL .1OI1-
blng. 2413 Emmet street. Y M337 A2 *
MANl'PACTt'ltlNO OO. D11MRE3 MANAGER
for branch olllce , control sale of specialty In
universal demand , Jl.Wio fnth required. We
will carry accounts of dealers sold throughout
the tate. Guarantee salary , In fact form an
equitable contract with good partv. O. C. St.
Chilr , Union Trust Uulldlng , St. louK Mo.
Y MCOG C
GOOD , WELL IMPROVED FARM , NORTHeastern -
eastern Nebraska , for hardware stock.
33x140 , with two cottage * , vvlll lent for & 2.50 ;
cle.ir ; for Improved aero property.
ino ncres Improved Kansas fnrm ; small encum
brance , for Omaha city or suburban property ;
Improved , or npro property , near oounlry town ,
George G. Wallace , 312 J. J. Ilrowu IJIock.
7. 533 5
FINE PARLOR GRANDE PIANO TOR LOT ,
house or land. Address H 31. Ilee. K Mo 4"
* 'OR SALE REAL ESTATE.
KI1ONTJ5E PLACE HAROA1NS , J2r > 00. $3.7M TO
? G00. J , J. Gibbon , 514 First Nat. Hank lW ! ? ,
HOUSES. LOTS. FARMS. L\NDS. I/DANS ,
al o fire Insurance , Ilonils , 1'axton blk.
7-R. MODERN COTTAGE. EAST FRONT ,
choice location. G2 N. 40th ; cheap : easy lenns ,
KOLI/1WINO DF.SIRAIILE PROPERTY : 11US1-
ncss lot corner. CflxlSO ft. , In So Omaha , imvfl.
Huslni'sH lot , 00x150 feet , Improved , South Omnhn ,
Btr et paved.
Tinct (24 ( lots ) , 36tb St.
Tract (20 ( lots ) 10th St.
For particulars apply 1012 I'ainam SI.
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NEW , MODERN fi-ROOM COTTAGE. LARGE
lot. $ V cash , balance to Biilt. Address O B ,
r.ff. RE J
FOR SALE. 2T ACRES LAND NEAR FLORence -
once ; all cultivated ; W > trult trees : easy terms.
The O. F. Davis Co. RE M503 C
EIGHT LOTS IN SAUNDERS & HIMEHAfOH'S
addition at JCOO cash ; to blocks from pav Ml
street nnd motor ; on grade , A. P. Tukey. City
halt. RE MRS
YOU WILL MISS IT IF YOU DON'T PUT
some money Into Omaha rent estate at present ;
there are many bargains ; here ure some for
peopl of small means :
Good lot In Dundee Place. J230.
Good lot In Omaha Heights. ! 50.
Five acres , northwest. In city limits. $500.
One acre , northwest. In city limits , J100.
Nice little home on North 20th st. ( paving all
paid ) . Jl.SOO.
COxlSS , cor. 17th nnd Martha , small house , $1,000
Five building lots , Stevens riace , block from
Sherman avenue car ; sewer tat paid , 1300.
Modern , 10-room house , Poppleton Park , large
barn , all convenience ? , $2,400.
George G. Wallace , 312 J. J. IJrown Rlock.
. . . RE.-532 5
12 ACRES RETWEEN FLORENCE AND FORT
Omaha , $2,000 ; largo house nnd half lot. Omaha
View. J7.V ) ; 6-room cottage and half lot , lth !
nnav L"nvenworth , $1V)0 ; 40 acres 0 miles N.
W. P. O. . for J2.000. P. D. WraiU IGlh nnd
Douglas. RE MV3 S
FOR SALE , LARGE LOT , IMxlSS , WITH TWO
cottages , near 12th nnd Center Sts , will go
cheap If sold this week. F. D. Wend. If.lh and
Douglas. RE VO 12 *
GREAT SACRIFICE. BLOPK OF RESIDENCES
lot 06x132 ; 4 blocks from High school. Ad
dress H 34. Bee. RE-532 A1
SNAPS-4-.X6S FEET ON 18TH NEAR DODGE
street , suitable for 2 brick houses , price $2.700 ;
66x132 feet with brick house , N. E. corner
! flth and Cumlnp streets , price $6,00. J. N.
Frenzer , cpp. old P. O. RE MW4
FINE IRRIGATED LANDS WITH WATER
right on 10 years' time at 6 per cent : a chance
of n lifetime ; write for book describing land :
In connection with this WP do a general real
. 'state and loan bus. Wyoming Development
Co. , 1G24 Capitol Ave. , Omaha , L. L. Johnson ,
agent. - RE M411 M27
SHORTHAND AXD TYPEWRITERS.
AT OMAHA HUS.COLLEGE. 16TH & DOUGI.AS
BOYLF.S' SCHOOL ONLY ONE IN OMAHA
where court reporters nre teachers , 405-407 IW
I3ELLE FINLEY , 812 N. Y , LIFE. 701 M6
A. C. VAN SANT'fl SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
and typewriting. 717 N. Y. Llfp. offers th fol
lowing advantages ; Individual Instructions bv
experienced teachers nnd skillful stenographers ;
up-to-date methods ; litest textbooks ; touch sve-
tpm of tjppvvrltlng If preferred ; premiums that
keep up an Interest : participation In actual
work , for whldi students receive cash pay
ments , In some cases ) amounting to more than
tuition ; money refunded for unexplred time. If
studenl.s are not atl lled : free trial vvpek.
Interested parties Invited to visit thp school
nnd see Its facilities , methods , woik of Its
students nnd class of students In attendance.
OMATIA SHORTHAND COLLEGE. TIOYP'S
theater. M300 M24 *
SEVERAL SMALL FIRST CLASS MORT-
Bagei drawing 7 nnd 9 per cent on Improved
property. F. D. Wend , 1524 Douglas.
ORANGE ANT > WHITE LUELIN SHEPARP
dotf. J , M. Thurston , 2102 Fainam.
PETERSEN'S MUSIC SCHOOL : PIANO , VIO-
lln. mandolin , guitar , either ; German method ,
MS Sheely block ; terms reasonable. 550 Apl *
WAXTEI1 TO BORROW.
WANTED , TO HARROW $ lrA ) , 3 TO 5 YKARS ,
on choice tnelde , well rented property , at 7 per
cent , semi-annual ; no commUslon. Address F
17 , Ree , 487
M. S. WALKIN , 2111 CUMING. TEL. 1331. ,
EXPOSITION FKOXTAfiES FOR 1IE > T.
GROUND LEASES FRONTING EXPOSITION ,
llemts , Paxton Illk. 4S9
WE SOLICIT AND FURNISH POSITIONS FOR
Stenographers free. The Smith-Premier Type
writer Co. Telephone. 12s4. 4'JO
CITY EMPLOYMENT RUREAU. 1417 FARNAM
street. Rooms : and 3 , Tel. 1404. HZ
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT $4 00 PER MONTH.
The Smith-Premier Typewriter Co. , ! G2i Far-
nam St. ; telephone , Us4. 191
DRESSMAKING , FAMILIES. 2J01 DAVENPORT
HOTELS FOR RENT.
BUILDING , SUITABLE FOR HOTEL ; SO
room * and large stare room : central location.
UernU , 1'axton Ulk. -SCO
' ' IIRICIC.
, i 11
LOUISVILLE Umciv , CO. . II'D TRADE ; tel. WJ.
. . - , " 140 MK
. MAHOWITK I/JANS MONEY , 41S N ICTH
FIXAXCIAI , .
LII'K INSURANCE' POLICIES nOFTJHT FOR
rash , Richard' ' Hcrifeld. 171 LaSallc Pt. . > "ht-
catro. * Ml F2t
MONEY I-OANtfP OS' LIFE INSURANCE POL-
Icles or bought. K. 1' . Van Norman , Mlnne.
apolK Minn. > M777 Mchll *
FARMS FOR REXT.
ONE 13-ACRE TRACT. WITH HOUSi : . A N P
one 40-acro. Iwxh within 0 miles. F. D.
ICth and Douglas.
( Should t'e read DAILY by all Interested
as changes may occur nt any time. )
ForulKn malls for the week emllitB March
C. IWS , will ctcse ( PROMPTLY In all
cii'es ) nt the general post olMce as fol
lows : PAtlCKLS POST MAILS close ono
hour earlier thun closing tlmo shown
SATUTIDAY At 7 u. m. for FHANCE ,
S\VITZK11LANO. ITALY. SPAIN , PORT
UGAL. Tl'IlKBY , KQYJT nnd HU1TISH
INDIA , per s. H. La Hret-jgne * , vln Havre
( letters for oilier juris of Europe must
be directed "per LT HretiiRiie" ) ; nt 8 n. m.
for NKTHKULANPS illnjct , peta. . s. Rot
terdam , via Rotterdam ( letters must be
directed "per Rotterdam" ) ; at S n. m. for
GENOA , per s. s. Saale ( letters must he
directed "per Saalq" ) ; U 9 . in. ( supple
mentary 10:30 : a. m. ) far Kt'HOPK , per
s , s , Utnhrla , via Queonntovvn ; at 11 a , m.
for NORWAY direct , per s. s. ThltiRValla
( letters inupt be directed "per Thing-
valla" ) .
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. flerm-in steamers
sailing on Tuesdays take 1'rlt.ted Matter , etc. ,
for Get many , nnd Specially Addressed Printed
Matter , etc , for other parts of Eurrpe. Amer
ican and White Star steamers on Wednesdays ,
German steHmcrs on ThursJays , nnd Cunnid ,
French ntV German steamers on Saturdajs take
Printed Matter etc. , for all countries tor which
they arc advertised to early mail.
After the clcj'lng 01 tha Supplementary Trans-
Atlant'c ' Malls named above , additional supple
mentary malls are opened on the piers of the
American , E.igllsh , French and German Eteam-
ers , nnl remitn oucn until within Ten Minutes
of the hour ot sailing ' -T steamer.
Mull.i for South uiiil Ct'iitrnl Aiitcrlun ,
Went Imllvii , Etc1 ,
FKIDAY-At * 7 p. m. for NASSAU. N. P. .
per s. s. Miami , from Miami , Fla.
SATURDAY At U:30 : n. m. for BRAZIL.
per s. s. Wordsworth , \la I'ernambuco ,
Hahla and Rio Janeiro ( letters for Notth
Hrazll and La Plata countries must be di
rected "per Wordsworth" ) ; at 10 n. m.
( supplementary lO' O a. in. ) for FORTUNE
ISLAND , JAMAICA , SAVANILLA and
CARTHAQENA , per s. s. Altai ( letters for
Costa Rica must be directed "i or Altai" ) ;
at 10 a. in. ( supplementary 100 : ! a. m. ) for
PORT AU PRINCE and PETIT GOAVE ,
per s. s. Alps ; at 100 : ! a. in. for CAM-
PEC1IE , CHIAPAS , TAHASCO and YU
CATAN , per s. s. Yunuiil ( letters for
other parts of'Mexlco und for Cuba must
be directed "ppr Yumtirl" ) ; at 100 : n. m.
for HAITI , per s t. Prlns Wlllcm V ( letters -
tors for Venezuela , Curacao , Trinidad ,
lirltlsh and Dutch Guiana must be di
rected "per PrltiH Wlllem V" ) ; nt 1 p. m.
for NORTH I5RAXIU per s. s. Paraense ,
via Para. Marnnham and Ccarn ; at 8:30 :
p. m. for NEWFQONDLAND , per steamer
from North Sydney ; at 8:30 : p. in. for ST.
PII3RRR-MIQUKLON , per steamer from
Halifax. ' I
SUNDAY At . * 7 p. m. for NASSAU , N. P. ,
per s. s. Mluml , from Miami , Fla.
Malls for Newfoundland , by rail to Halifax nnd
thence by steamer/ close nt this otllc' daily nt
8:30 : p m. Malls for Miquclon , by rail to Ros-
ton and the lee by steamer.'close nt this office
dally at : " ' ) p. m. Malls forCuua close at
this office dallyot 7:10 : o. m Vr forwarding
by steameis inl'.lnsr ( Monacys ann Thursdays )
from Port Tampa , iFla. Malls for Mexico City ,
overland unle s specially addressed for de'patch
by steamer , elore at this olllce dally at 2:30 :
a. m. and 2:10 p. to. "Registered moll closes
at 6.CO p. m. previous day.
Malls for Australia ( except Yv'esttAuBtralia ) ,
New Xealand , Hawaii and Fiji Islands ,
per s. Aorangl ( from Vancouver ) , close
here dally after February ISth and up to
March 3d nt 0:30 : p. m , Malls for China ,
Japan nnd Hawaii , per s. s. Doric ( from
San Francisco ) , close here dally up to
March CtS at 50 > p. m. Stalls for Hawaii ,
per s. s. Australia ( from San Francisco ) ,
close here dally up to March 6th at 8:30 :
p. m. Malls for China and Japan , per s. s.
Tacoma ( fromiTacoma ) , close here dally
up to March * * Cth at 0:30 : p. m. Malls for
Australia ( except those for West Aus
tralia ) , which are forwarded via Europe ,
New Xeland , Hawaii , Fill and Samoan
Islands , per a. s. Moana ( from San Fran
cisco ) , close here dally up to March * * 18th
at 7 a. m. , 11 a. m. and fi:30 : p. m. ( or on
arrival nt New York of s. s. Campania
with British malls for Australia1 ; . Malls
for China and Japan ( specially addressed
only ) , per s. s. Empress of India ( from
Vancouver ) close here dally up to March
* 21st at 0:30 : p. m. Malls foe the Society
Islands , per ship Tropic Bird ( from San
Francisco ) , close here dally up to March
25th at 6:30 : p. m.
Trans-Paclfln malls arc forwarded to port of tail
ing dally nnd the schedule of closing It ar
ranged on the presumption of their uninter
rupted overland transit. "Registered mail
closes atop ni prev lous day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster
Postoflice New York , N. Y. , February 23 ,
PROPOSALS FOR BULLS-U. S. INDIAN
Service , Pine Rlilgo Agency. Pine Ridge.
S. D. , February 11 , 189S. Sealed pro
posals , Indorsed "Proposals for Bulls"
and addressed to the Undersigned at Pine
Ridge , Shannon county , S D. , will be re-
ctlved at this agency unlll 1 o'clock p. m.
of Saturday , March 12th , 189S , for furnishing
and delivering at this agency not later than
May 1 , 1S33. one hundred (100) ) bulls , full
bloods , eligible to registry ; Polled Angus or
Herefoid preferred ; not less thun two nor
more than four years old ; free from b'e.m-
Ifhes. straight and smooth ; to weigh not
less than 1,000 pounds each and to average
not less than 1,100 pounds. Bidders will
state clearly In their blda the proposed
prlco of each animal. All animals offered
for delivery under any contract will bo sub
ject to a rigid Inspection. The right Is re
served to reject any and nil bids , or any
part of any bid. If doomed for the best In
terests of the government. Certlflod Checks
Each bid must be accompanied by a certi
fied check or draft upon some United States
depository or solvent national bank In the
vicinity of the residence of Ihe bidder , made
payable to the order of the Commissioner
of Indian Affairs , for at least flvo per cent
of the amount of the. proposal , which checker
or draft iwlll be fo'felted to the United
States In ca e any bidder or bidders receiv
ing an award shall fall to promptly execute
a contract with good nnd sutllclent suretle.3 ,
otherwise to bo returned to the bidder , Hld
accompanied by cash In lieu of a certified
check will not bo considered. For any ad
ditional Information apply to Major W. II.
Clapp , Acting , U. S. Indian Agent.
XOTIOE TO COXTR.VCTORS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids for the construction of the
Nonth and South Park Colonnades on the
Exposition grounds will be received until
H o'clock ! Wednesday , March 9 , 1S9S.
Plans nnd specifications can bo seen nt
the department ; olllce , cornet13th und
Spencer streets , or sets v.111 be furnished
bidders at cost.
The right Is reser\ed to reject any or all
bids. F. P. KIRKENDALL ,
Mgr. Grds. and Hdlg. Dept. , Transmlssls-
and International Exposition.
CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND &
Pacific Rallroad-"The Great
n , ° cJi , SIS } 2a " . . -ci.y
_ _ _ _ Leave. Arrive.
Chicago and St. Paul
Ye tlbuled Express . , 4M ; pm 1:43 : pm
Lincoln. Colo-ado Sp'gs.
Puueblo , Denver and
west I'M pm 4:25 : Dm
Chicago. Des Molncs &
Rock Island , . . . . Y.OOpm 8:15 : nm
Atlantlo Exprets. for
Des Molncs and east
ern poinis. 7:20 : am 8:50 : rm
Lincoln. Palrbury and
Ilellevlllo 5 ; < 5 pro * * 10'40 am
Dally Dally exceot Sunday.
of'I I in rarnam Street. Tele ,
phone " 2J. Depot. Tenth and
Main hUTi-ta. Telcpono 123.
\ . , " I eav . Arrlvo.
Et. Lmli "Cannon Ball"
Expresi 4M : pm llo : am
BURLLSOTOM * MISSOURI
Itlver nnllroad "Th Hurling *
ton HDUKI" General Offices , N.
W. Curner Tenth ind Purnam
Streets. Ticket Olllce. UOJ
Kamain Street. Telephone J30 ,
Depot , Tenth and Mr on
Strecli. Telephoni in.
Leave. Arrlv * .
Lincoln. Hatting * and
McCook . . . . . 8:33 am : am
Lincoln , Denver. Colorado
rado , Utah , California ,
Jllack Illllt , Montana
anl Puget Sound 4:33 : pm 4:03 : pm I
Lincoln Local TCr ) pm 7:10 : pm |
Lincoln Kant Mall * :5J : pm 11:40 : am '
Denver. Colorado , Utah ,
California and Puget
Sound . . . . . , , . . . . . . . , . , . . 'HSSpm :
Pally. Dally except Sunday.
CHICAGO , nunLiNcrroN &
Qulncy RMIroad "The Burl
ington noute" Ticket Oftlce ,
IMS Farnam Street , Telephone
2SO. D po * . , Tenth and Mason
Streets. Telcphotiu 12 * .
6:03 : pm 7:53 : am
9ii : nm 4:15 : pm
7:4 : * pin 7:5S : am
" 11:00 : urn BMO.pni
* :50 : pm
11:50 : pm
KANSAS CJTV , ST. JOSEPH
& Council Hluff Rallroad-
Burlington "The - Ilurllngton Route"
Ticket onice. 1502 Farnam
Street. Telephone 230. Depot ,
Tenth and Mason Streets.
Kansas City Day Ex. . . 0:03 : am 5:4C : pm
Kansas City Night Ex. . 10:00 : pm 0:30 : m
-nr.MONT. UI.KHOUN AND
Missouri Valley Hallway den-
eial Olllces , United States Na
tional Ilnr.k llulialliff. South.
e t Corner Twelfth and Far-
. , . nain Streets. Ticket Olllce ,
HOI I'nrn.tm Stleft. Telephone 561. Depot , Fif
teenth and Webster Street * Telephone 1133.
Leave , Arrive.
lllack Hills. Deadwood
and Hot Springs 3:00 : pm 5:00 : pm
Wjomlns. Caspar und
Douglas 1 3:00 : pm
Hastings , York , David
City , Superior , Geneva.
Uxettr and Seward. . . ' 3:00 : pm ' 5:00 : pm
Norfolk , Wvit Point and
Fremont , . . . . , . . ' 7:30 : nm 4 < 10:23am : :
Lincoln , Wahoo and
rremnnt 7:30 nm " 10:2i nm
Fremont Local 7:50 : nm
Dally. Dally except Sunday , Si'nday
only. Dally except Satuiaay. " Djlly
UNION PACIFIC-'THE OVERland -
land Routb" General Ollices. N.
E. Corner Ninth and Farnam
Streets. City Ticket Olllce , 1302
Parnam Street. Telephone 318.
Depot , Tenth and Masan Streets.
o . . - Telephone 128.
7WS * Leave. Arrive.
"The Overlimd Limited"
fnr Denver , halt Lake ,
western points 8sO : um ' 4:43 : pm
T ifl Colorado Special ,
for Denver nnd all
Colorado points * 11C3 : pm 7:00 am
Fast mall train for
Salt Lake , Paclllc
coast nnd all western
Points 4:33 : pm 7:00 : nm
Lincoln , Ileatrlce and
Stri-.msbure Express . . 5:00 pm 12:20 pm
Fremont , Columbus ,
Norfolk. Grand Is
land and Kearney . . . . 4:33 : PM
Grand Island Kxpre s. . " > :00 : pin " 12I20 pm
- Dally. * Dally except Sunda .
Council Rluffs Local Leaves. 4:41 : n. m. ; C:50 :
n. m. ; 7:40 : n. m. ; S:40 : H. in. ; 10:30 : a. m. ; 2:15 :
P. m. ; 4:35 : p. m , 5.33 p. in 8:20 : p m ; 10:03 :
p. m. Arrives , 6:20 : n. m. ; 7:20 : a. m. : 8:33 : n.
in ; 11:30 : a. m. ; 3:10 : p. in. ; 5:40 : p. m. ; C:30 : p m ;
8:03 : p , m. ; lu:43 : p. m.
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN
Railway-City Ticket OlIVc.
1401 Karnam Street. Telephone
501. Depot. Tenth and " "
Streets. Telephone 128.
, Leave. Arrive
7:00 : um 11:55 : pm
MUsoarl Valley , sioux
City , St. 1'aul and
Minneapolis B:40 : am 10:15 : pm
Missouri Valley , Sioux
City * 7:40nm : J.Oi pm
Dennlson , Carroll , Wall
Lake , from Ilroadway ,
Council RIuTt 9:00 : nm S:45 : am
Eastern Express , Des
Molnes , Marshnlltown ,
Cedar tiaplds , Chicago * 10:30 : am 4 35 pm
Atlantlo Fljer , Chicago
nnd East * 4:45pm : 4S3pm :
Fast Mall , Chicago to
Omaha 3:10 : pm
Missouri Valley , Sioux
City , St. Paul Mlnnc-
'apolla Limited i 4:33 : pm S:50 : nm
Omaha-Chicago Special. C.4 > pm < :50 : am
* Dallv. Dally exceni Sunday.
CHICAGO , ST. PAUL. MINNE-
upolls & Omaha Railway
General Offices , Nebra ka D | .
\Islon. Fifteenth and Webster
Streets. city Tlcfect Onice.
_ , HOI Farnam Street. Telephone
Wl Depot , Fifteenth and Webster Streets. - Telephone
Sioux City Accommoda. 8:50 : am 8:20 : pm
Sioux City Accommoda. 9:50 : am 8:20 : pm
Blair , Emerson Sioux
City , Ponca. Hartlng-
ton and Bloomlleld. . . 1:00 : pm "llsSS am
Sioux City. Mankuto , St.
Paul , Minneapolis . . , . ' 5:3 : > pm 8:20 : am
Emerson Passenger . . . . 5:10 : pm 8:45 : am
Dally. Dally except Sunday. Sunday
only This train stops at stations Florence
to Sauth Blair. Inclusive , Sundays only ; on week
day , South Blair only.
SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC RAIL.
road General Oniccs. United
Statea National Bank Build
ing , S. W. Corner Twelfth and
Farnam Streets. Ticket Olllce
= , . - , - . . 1401 Farnam Street. Telephone
661. Depot. 15th and Webster Sts. Telephone 4".l
aVe' Arr'Ve ' >
Sioux City , Mankato.
MlnnaP ° "sB:5i : : P * 8-0 am
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILROAD
General OinceH and Ticket
Oillce , Merchants National Bank
Uulldln ? , 1224 Farnum Street.
Telephone 104. Depot , Fifteenth
and Webster Streets. Telephone
'rvfT- Leave. Arrive.
Kansas am ! Nebraska . . . .
Llmlcjd . 3:0j : pm 12:55 : pm
Kansdi City and S' .
Loulu Express . 9:30 : pm 6:00 : nm
Nebraska Local . 4:30 : pm 9:45 : am
Dally. Dally except Sunday.
OMAHA & ST. LOUIS RAILROAD
P2SI Omaha , Kansas City & East
ern Railroad "The Port Arthur
ARTHUR Route" Ticket Otflce. 1415 Farnam
Street. Telephone , 322. Depot ,
Tenth and Mason Streets , Telephone -
St. Louis Cannon Dall
Express 4:35 : pm ' 11:30 : am
Qulncy Express 5:40 : am 9:50 : pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST.
Paul Railway City Ticket
OIHcc. 1J14 Farnam Street
Telephone 284. Depot , Tenth
and Mason Streets. Tele
Leave. Arrive ,
Chicago Limited Ex. . . . 5 : 3 pm 8:0 : ! am
Omaha and Chicago Ex * 11:0 : ( ; am \10 ; pm
1IEATI.VG JULES VERSE'S HERO.
Tliiif-Talilc for Guliiu : Around the
World In Tivi-iity-ElKht Day * .
Prince Khllkoff , the Russian minister of
communications , Is reported to have stated
that when the Siberian railway Is opened
throughout Its entlro length the tour of the
world may be made In thirty-three days.
The various divisions of the journey are
covered as follows : Bremen to St. Peters
burg , one nnd n half days ; St. Petersburg
to Vladivostok , ten days ; Vladivostok to
Snn Francisco , ten days ; San Francisco to
New York , four nnd a half days ; Now York
to Bremen , seven days ; total , thirty-three ,
Another authority goes one better than
that , relates the New York Sun. He pro
poses to reduce t.ie length of the woild'a
Journey to twenty-eight days. The figures
given uy the Riibslan minister ore evidently
based on the actual running speed of the
various lallway and steamship linen , an
estimated average speed of about twenty-
ll\v mile ? an hour from the Russian capita !
to Vladivostok. But It Is suggested that If
the traveler had the services of the fastest
existingxhlps on the ocean and the trains
were run nt the highest rate of speed con
sistent with the gradients , curves and condi
tion of the permanent way of railways In
tlio various districts passed over live days
might be saved. Thus the Kaiser Wllhelm
would bo available for the Atlantic passage ,
with her available speed of 22.31 knots jx-r
hour , nnd a twenty-knot speed Is assumed
for the Pacific passige. To maintain the
high average of the special trains It Is
further assumed that speeds of from Hlxty
to seventy miles an hour would be main
tained on level stretches of country to make
up for time loat In crossing mountains. The
probable best times that could be tnado by
engaging special trains , assuming the ocean
passages to be performed nt the speeds
mentioned , would bo ns follows ; London to
Moscow , 33 hours ; Moscow to Vladivostok ,
140.1 hours ; Vladivostok to Sin Francisco.
270 hours ; San Frnnclaeo to Nt-w York , 73.1
hours ; New York to Plymouth. 133.S hours ;
Plymouth to London , 3.2 .hours. Total ,
OC5.2 hours. This Fives a total of 27 duya
17 hours for the whole journey.
Wo are anxious tu ao a llttte oed In tbli
world and can think of no pleananter or bet
tor way to do It than by commending One
Minute Cough Cure as a provcntatlve of pneu
monia , consumption and other serious lung
troubles that follow neglected coldi.
BITS OF FEMININE GOSSIP.
According to a New York patter , several
artists and tncu and woirtcu ocalth are
forming the woman's hotel company In that
city , their object being to put up a first- i
class hotel ( or Bclf-BiipportltiK women only. I
The capital will bo $1,000,000. It Is Intended
that the first hotel shall bo for artists , writ- '
era , teachers , clerks and students. It Is to
Imvo all the modern conveniences of a mi- '
perlor hotel and a capacity for 1,000 guests. '
Sunshlno and ventilation are fpoclnl fnatures
of the plans , and It Is proposed to use thereof
roof for studios , Uolatod niuslc room , a sun
parlor and promenade. The plan of finance
has been approved by four leading hotel pro-
prletors of Now York , and by olio each of i
Chicago and Philadelphia. In addition to a
manager there will bo a "houso mother , " a
sort of chaperon or counselor. I
There Is a big saw mill In ( Jrandln , Mo. ,
many of the dnpartmcnts of which arc In I
charge of women , Bays New Ideas. Thorn
Is a woman In charge of the engine. One
of the rooms where the big sa\\s arc oper
ated Is managed by women. The lathe room
Is also opciated by women and machines of
all sorts are handled by them. In the rooms
datigMcrs received each more than COO pro- * H <
posals of marriage , and the eldest 450. Tlior \
declined all. and now assert that thcr will
continue to live In ilnglo-tilcgacdncsa ,
A bll stul train of events has led up to th
wedding , and they went off on * nauthera
tour to spend the honeymoon. A week ago ,
nays the New York Commercial-Advertiser ,
they returned , and an old friend of tli
bride dropped In to eeo her ono morutti ? ,
expecting to find her radiant with happtnc a.
She was unpacking , and she looked pensive ,
not to eay bored.
"Had a bcau-tl-ful time , I suppose , " sail
"Oh , yes , " answered the bride. "Hut be
tween you and me , Tcss , It Isn't very In
teresting to travel arorridlth a-a-com-
paratlve stranger , and wherever vie vent
1 kop't thinking of that an fill address the
minister made , with that line from the
paalnm that begins , 'Abundance of peaca on
long as the moon enduruth , Do you btlppos *
ho meant honeymoon ? "
A woman's club In Denver la taking meas
ures to abolish the uncovered pollco patrol
\Migon and the chain gang. A committee hat
SHIRT WAIST AND UTILITY SKIRT FROM HARPER'S BAZAR
The firmly woven cloths In mixed cole r effects , having a surface as smooth and sat
iny as broadcloth , are the latest material s for Jacket suits and shirt waist skirts , ao
they are adapted to the clinging effect so much In demand. Even under these mate
rials nothing stiff Is liked by the best dr essmakera. This skirt , which IB the latest
five-gored model width three and three- quarter yards Is cut with the narrow front
breadth , now so much In vogue. It hangs plainly at the front and sides , the fulness
In the back being disposed In gathers side or box pleats , as preferred. The new
skirts are tied back closely over the hip a nnd stand out well at the bottom.
Apropos of this accepted skirt of the eea son , a certain form of petticoat adds much
to Its effect. It Is In sheath shape , wit h a narrow ruffle In front. Deep full ruffles
are on the back breadths , which are pull ed closely together with drawing strings.
The pattern of this petticoat Is Included w 1th that of the utility skirt.
The shirt-waist , although extremely slm pie , Is ono of the newest models , suitable for
pique , percale and other cotton tailor go ods. It la made with a narrow yoke and
medium fulness In front , and has small si eeves , with a straight cuff narrow enough to
slip easily Into the tight coat sleeves at p resent In vogue. The proper cut of the cos
tume can bo obtained from the cut papo r pattern furnished by Harper's Uazar ,
where It appears. Qtiantlty of material cloth , forty-two Inches wide , for skirt , five
and a half yards ! lining of silk or satin , el ght yards ; silk for petticoats , ten yards ;
cotton material for shirt waist , throe and a quarter yards. Theae are approximate
quantities for medium sizes.
adjoining a force of young women are con
stantly employed In filing and getting the
eaws ready for work. The care of the ma
chinery Is In their hands and it is said they
are quite as adept and as competent as any
force yet employed In the mill. The differ
ent departments of the mill show the pres
ence of feminine hands and minds , for there
are various articles of adornment which
brighten even the waste places of a saw
mill. The walls have been decorated at
many points , and the desolate appearance
common to mills has been overcome.
The Brooklyn 'Eagle brings to notice the
success of floriculture of Miss Loulso Cank-
lln of Iloslyn , Long Island. ( Miss Conklln
was studying to fit herself to her chosen oc
cupation of teaching , but about six years
ago her health became much broken do\\n ,
and In addition her sight became so Im
paired ' % nt she was obliged to give up defl-
nltcly all hope of teaching. Her physician
advised outdoor exercise as a means of re
cuperation , and she decided that she would
try to turn to account her natural love for
flowers and her skill In their care. She
had some moist , rich land , and she began
by building a small greenhouse , only eight
by twelve feet , and adding In the fall a hot
bed. She gauged the local market , and when
the outdoor gardens were ready for the
young plants she was prepared1 with lettuce ,
radishes , cabbage and tomato plants. She
also made preparations In the way of flowers
for village festivities of all sorts , and she
was so successful that at the end of her
four years she had to enlarge her greenhouse
and her stock. She then bought half an
acre more of ground and began to raise
choice roses and chrysanthemums. Miss
Conklln does most of her work herself and Is
a strong and happy as well as a successful
business woman. It Is Interesting to know
that many of the gardeners of largo places
buy their early vegetable plants of her , and
that she has greatly encouraged the owners
of gardens , so that Roslyn Is a "show place"
There are many novelties In neckwear for
the occasional mild days when turn are not
worn. Pirtit and foremost , bays Harper's
Dazar , ore the ostrich-feather boas , which
were never so popular as now. The hand
somest of them are made to fasten at the
throat with six ends , looking as though they
had been tied In a bow-knot. They are fas
tened with a rhlnestono ornament , and are
either of black , gray or the natural color.
There are a great many worn that are Just
the ono piece , but even a one-plcco boa can
be made to look much smarter by fastening
at the throat with a steel or rhlnestono clasp.
To wear at the cpera with a low gown there
are ostrich feather boas of all the different
shades , and a most charming style of scarf
Is In delicate colors In moussellne do solo ,
with around the edge maiabout feathers of
the exact shade of the moussellno. These
icarfs are not Imported yet In any quantities ,
and have only been seen worn by very smart
people , but It will not bo long before the
largo shops have them ,
A little less than two years ago a rich
grain merchant of Odessa died , leaving a for
tune -1COO,000 rubles to his three daughters
tors , under peculiar conditions. They were
only to Inherit the money on condition that
they became servants , washerwomen or
farmworkers for eighteen months. The time
has just passed , and the young women have
come Into their fortune. Two of thum were
chambcrinaHs , and the third a girl of all
work , In Odessa houses. They did not have
much trouble In securing situations. In the
courseof their servitude the Uo younger
been appointed to confer with the municipal
authorities In order that steps may bo taken
to a reform In these two matters. The rea
sons urged by the women are , that unaccused
outsiders , who have been witnesses to some
street disturbance , are often obliged to rldo
to the station house In the patrol wagon ,
and are thereby subjected to a most unpleas
ant experience. In the case of the chain
gang , the 'point la nude that It is not wlso
that children and young persons should see
these painful sights. It may be added that
a short tlmo ago , in an elevated cor In this
city , the spectacle of eight lads chained to
gether was seen. A little girl , who chanced
to be a passenger on the ear , was so affected
by the sight that aho d'ld ' not recover from It
for several weeks.
A delightful story , which Is respectfully
recommended by the New York Times to
Miss Wllklns' vivifying touch , comes from
Connecticut , and Is the result of a forage In
that promising place for antiques , In a vil
lage homo was fuiind a lady w'ho displayed
with pride her beautiful collection , Ono of
Its cherished pieces was a very old two-han
dled silver cup , which the exhibitor ex
plained belonged to an ancestor. "I have of-
forred $100 for It , but I can not buy It , " sh
said , , "BO I rent It to hnve a look at It. It
costs me $10 a year , hut Is a ni'ver-ccaslng
satisfaction. " Such devotion to one's hobuy
should really go Into a book.
The Municipal Year Hook of Derlln shons
that one women In that city , 41 jca-.s old , id
the mother of twenty children. In 1810
there were five families with nineteen chil
dren , sixteen with eighteen , seventeen with
seventeen , thirty-two with sixteen , nlxty-
thrco with fifteen , elRhty-threp with four
teen and 12G with thirteen. Tno hundred
pairs of Berlin parents counted a ( Tbzen
children each , the mother In ono case being
only 28 years old. A mother of eighteen
offspring was 35 years old , while women ot
23 and 20 had borne eight and five children
Temple Houston , son of General Houston ,
several years ago presented the sword sur
rendered by General Santa 'Anna ' at San
Jaclnto to the city of Cincinnati , liecauao
that city had sent two pieces of artillery to
the Texas patriots to aid them In their strug
gle for liberty. The Daughters of the He-
public of Texas , who are collcctlm ; a mu
seum of relics of the war , hnve applied to the
city for the sword , which they wish to place
with their collection.
Princess Mary of Hohcnlohe , who has re
cently died , was a mobt remarkable woman.
She was enormously wealthy , possessed an
Imposing presence and was an ardent sports
woman. Despite her G8 years , she killed
two hears In the forest of World a few
months ago. The princess was passionately
fond of art and music , especially the com
positions of Wagner.
Prof , Mommscn , the Homnn historian , re
plied as follows to the question recently ad
dressed to the artists and authors of Kuropa :
"What manner of woman will the twentieth
century woman ho ? " "The woman of the
nineteenth century has given mo so much
food for thought that I have no room for her
of thu twentieth. "
Mrs. Tyndoll , the widow of I'rof. Tynrfall ,
has e-cnt to the British royal Institution a
sum of 1,000 , which she state * that her
husband dtulred her , at ouch time as uliould
b convenliut to heruelf , to present aa in
expression of his attachment to the Iu-
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